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Iatrogenic calcinosis

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Definition

noun

A type of calcinosis in which calcification occurs at the site of an invasive medical procedure (e.g. surgery)


Supplement

Intravenous administration of solutions with calcium or phosphate can lead to extraosseal calcification.


See also: calcinosis